Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Usama Dakdok
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Usama Dakdok is the president of the Straight Way of Grace Ministry. He’s the speaker on the national radio program, ‘Revealing the Truth About Islam’ and travels the nation to alert people regarding the true goal of Islam. Usama is Egyptian born, speaks fluent Arabic, and has translated the Qur’an into English.
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is called the largest and oldest Islamic umbrella organization in North America. According to Usama, it’s a jihadi organization and a front for the Muslim Brotherhood as shown by information received through the Holy Land Foundation trial.
Through this organization, America has come to know a new voice within Islam. Her name is Linda Sarsour and she recently spoke at an ISNA event. Some Crosstalk listeners may already be familiar with her as she was involved as co-chair of the National Women’s March following the Trump inauguration. During her speech for ISNA she called for dissent, funding for the Council for American/Islamic Affairs, and the building of power for Muslims in the U.S. She warned Muslims not to assimilate, but rather to wage jihad against President Trump and his administration.
Sarsour began by referring to her favorite person in the room; Imam Siraj Wahhaj. Wahhaj appeared on a list of co-conspirators unindicted for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Usama presented a quote from Wahhaj that communicated the belief that Islam is bigger than democracy, that ours will crumble, and the only thing that will remain will be Islam. He also supports Sharia law.
This is just the beginning as Jim had Usama look at more thoughts from Sarsour regarding patriotism, her push for a Muslim governor for the state of Michigan, her ideas about being oppressed, and much more.
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